In typical Queer Eye fashion, the sixth season of the cult Netflix show didn't leave viewers with a dry eye, especially when it came to baking legend, Sarah Lim.

In the ninth episode of the latest season, our favourite made over Lim and her Asian-inspired Austin based bakery OMG Squee.

Throughout the show we saw help Lim with her confidence, style and business, transforming her into the fierce entrepreneur that they knew she could be.

Lim went from surviving to thriving and the results were too sweet for this world.

If, like us, you're curious as to what Lim has been cooking up since the episode aired, and no we're not just talking about her tasty treats, keep scrolling below for the 411.

WHAT DID THE FAB FIVE DO FOR SARAH LIM?

In the wholesome and heartwarming episode, the fab five focused on taking Lim and her bakery, OMG Squee, to the next level.

Lim first opened OMG Squee just before the pandemic, which resulted in her "having to pivot more times as a basketball player" as Lim described in the episode.

As an Asian-American business owner, Lim's bakery was targeted by racist vandals. On top of the already stressful task of running a business during a pandemic, Lim felt overwhelmed and like she had no one to lean on.

Enter the gang.

Each member of the cast helped Lim get her mojo back, including empowering her to own being the face of her company and stop shying away from embracing who she is.

Besides the physical transformations—courtesy of Tan, JVN and Bobby— Antoni and Karamo helped Lim connect with her with her local community, introduced her tasty treats to other businesses and showed her that she's not alone.

By the end of the episode, Lim realised she can reach out to people (who want to be there for her) when she needs support and walked away with a super cute chop and wardrobe.

WHERE IS SARAH LIM NOW?

With a renewed spirit, fresh manicure and invigorated business model both Lim and OMG Squee are better than ever.

Lim described her experience on Queer Eye as "the biggest, cherry-on-the-cake, chef's kiss, most mind blowing most thing that might ever".

Fortunately for Lim, she took the fab five's advice to hire more staff, ensuring that she had time for herself and her other creative ventures.

Lim said that she hopes by being openly proud of her Asian-American heritage and by sharing and educating through food, culture and art is a "very small way we can help combat bigotry".

Speaking to Austin based publication , Lim revealed that Antoni and Bobbi "had the largest overall impact".

"Antoni still reaches out to check on me and send me words of encouragement. I think that's sweet of him to take time out of his busy life to check on my progress and how I'm doing as a person, outside of the business."

We can't wait to try these gluten-free treats for ourselves someday soon